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...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

  • Doors open at 19:00
  • 14+, under 16s with responsible adult

...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (often abbreviated as Trail of Dead) is an American alternative rock band from Austin, Texas. The chief creative members of the band are Jason Reece and Conrad Keely (formerly Conrad Sobsamai). The two switch between drumming, guitar and lead vocals, both on recordings and live shows. The band is known for their wild, energetic concerts, which often end with the band destroying their equipment. Their seventh studio album, Tao of the Dead, was released in February 2011.

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Pip Blom

  • Doors open at 19:00
  • 14+, under 16s with responsible adult

Amsterdam indie gang opening Glastonbury’s John Peel stage

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Melt Banana

  • Doors open at 19:30
  • 18+

Melt-Banana (formed in 1991) is a Japanese avant-garde noise rock band that is best known for their soaring, screeching vocals and dissonant room-filling guitar fuzz, hailing from Tokyo, Japan.

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The Dunts

  • Doors open at 19:00
  • 14+, under 16s with responsible adult

4-piece council punk band from Glasgow

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The Pearlfishers

  • Doors open at 19:00
  • 14+, under 16s with responsible adult

The Pearlfishers are a Scottish band who have been making albums since 1991. The likes of Todd Rundgren, Crowded House, The Beatles and Prefab Sprout can be heard although, this shouldn't distract from the originality of their own work.

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Mike Peters Presents The Alarm Hurricane of Change Tour 2019

  • Doors open at 19:00
  • 14+, under 16s with responsible adult

Mike Peters is known primarily as frontman of the internationally acclaimed Welsh band The Alarm.

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Stealing Sheep

  • Doors open at 19:00
  • 14+, under 16s with responsible adult

Big Wows is heavier, harder and weirder than Stealing Sheep’s previous work. Bold neon pop songs with rave percussion, steelpans, dreamy segues and breathy experiments. The *fsszzt* sound of lemonade opens the album with a hyper-real sense of optimism that progressively reveals the cracks of dystopian irony amidst sugar–coated pop; held together by Emily Lansley’s bass guitar, Luciana Mercer’s drum kit, Rebecca Hawley’s synths, and the trio’s swooning steely vocal harmonies.

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Wildwood Kin

  • Doors open at 19:00
  • 14+, under 16s with responsible adult

Wildwood Kin are an English contemporary family indie/folk trio, composed of sisters Beth and Emillie Key and their cousin Meghann Loney, from Exeter, Devon, England. They released their first album Turning Tides in August 2017

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